InfoPath with SharePoint 2013 How-To (Anglais) Broché – 4 août 2013
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Need fast, reliable, easy-to-use solutions for using InfoPath® with SharePoint® 2013? This book delivers exactly what you’re looking for: step-by-step help and guidance with the tasks you’ll perform most often. You’ll learn better ways to design and develop intuitive, effective form-based solutions, and then efficiently administer, secure, and troubleshoot them. The industry’s most focused resource for solving business problems with SharePoint and InfoPath forms, this book provides all the answers you need—now!
Steven Mann is an Enterprise Applications Engineer for Morgan Lewis and has nearly 20 years of professional experience with collaboration and business intelligence, including a decade working with SharePoint. Formerly Principal Architect for RDA Corporation, his books include InfoPath with SharePoint 2010 How-To, Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence Unleashed, SharePoint 2010 Field Guide, and SharePoint 2010 Managed Metadata Unleashed.
Fast, Accurate, and Easy-to-Use!
¿ Discover powerful tips for success with InfoPath Designer 2013
¿ Efficiently create SharePoint form controls, rules, and functions
¿ Master form page design, views, and list forms
¿ Submit, publish, and use data in SharePoint forms
¿ Streamline business processes by integrating forms into SharePoint workflows
¿ Design more intuitive, easier-to-use forms with InfoPath controls, functionality, and settings
¿ Use template parts to create reusable form components, including controls, fields, and data connections
¿ Leverage Visual Studio 2012 with InfoPath to build solutions and application-level add-ins
¿ Dynamically populate repeating tables in forms
¿ Elegantly track changes in SharePoint forms
¿ Automatically generate new InfoPath form instances
¿ Use SharePoint 2013 Central Administration to manage forms and Forms Services
¿ Automate InfoPath Form Services administration with PowerShell
¿ Manage form permissions to control user access and rights
¿ Troubleshoot form development, deployment, publishing, and form submission
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- Text that explains the concepts necessary to understand the technology being covered.
- Text that covers the technical details necessary to master the technology being covered.
- Graphics and images to support the above.
- Labs or exercises to walk the reader through mastering the technology.
This book lacks the first three! This book is more like a set of brief notes with some labs and even the lab/exercise information is quite sketchy and difficult to follow. This book is like what you'd expect back in school if you missed a class and then asked a classmate for the notes they took. The bare outline is there but not much else.
This book might work for some people but for me it's a big disappointment especially after just reading the much better InfoPath book "Using Microsoft InfoPath 2010 with Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Step by Step". I would recommend the afore mentioned 2010 book even though it's for the 2010 versions of the products as it covers concepts, technical details and has better exercises even if in some cases you have to deal with the differences between SharePoint 2010 and 2013. As far as I can see there are no significant differences between the 2010 and 2013 versions of InfoPath.
The last 1/3 of the book seems to be geared for someone who is just short of a SharePoint site administrator.
This book was poorly thought out as an instruction manual.